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Diesel Technician Training

 

Length

Little As 9 Months

Location

On Campus in Tulsa, OK

Schedule

Day and Evening Classes

Options

Diploma or
Associates Degree
 
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Diesel Technician Program Overview

 
Our Diesel Technology program combines classroom theory with hands-on training in our state-of-the-art shop designed to simulate and prepare students for real-world work environments.

As a student, you will learn to inspect, diagnose, repair and conduct failure analysis and preventative maintenance inspections. Our shop even has its own big rig for students to work on! Putting the knowledge you gain in the classroom to work on the shop floor.

Students gain skills and understanding in the areas of electronic circuits, cooling systems, truck brake systems, steering and drive trains, hydraulics, trailer service and inspection, converters and alignment.

To advance your education and increase your marketability after graduation, you may choose to pursue our 10-course Associate Degree add-on. The extra classes focus on industry management and basic business principles like marketing, human resources and accounting. This option is perfect for students who want to own their own business after graduation or wish to pursue management opportunities in the future.

 
 

Diesel Technology

Program Highlights

Length

Little As 9 Months

Location

On Campus

Schedule

Day and Evening Classes

Options

Diploma or
Associates Degree
 

Our Diesel Technology program combines classroom theory with hands-on training in our state-of-the-art shop designed to simulate and prepare students for real-world work environments.

As a student, you will learn to inspect, diagnose, repair and conduct failure analysis and preventative maintenance inspections. Our shop even has its own big rig for students to work on! Putting the knowledge you gain in the classroom to work on the shop floor.

Students gain skills and understanding in the areas of electronic circuits, cooling systems, truck brake systems, steering and drive trains, hydraulics, trailer service and inspection, converters and alignment.

To advance your education and increase your marketability after graduation, you may choose to pursue our 10-course Associate Degree add-on. The extra classes focus on industry management and basic business principles like marketing, human resources and accounting. This option is perfect for students who want to own their own business after graduation or wish to pursue management opportunities in the future.

Career Opportunities
Financial Aid
Career Services
Course Listings
Gainful Employment Information
 
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